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- Billy Mitchell is the most famous and controversial figure in American airpower history.
- Billy Mitchell (1879–1936) was an American general and advocate of air power.
- Billy Mitchell was a strong believer in the importance of air power.
- Billy Mitchell is a professional photographer based in Philadelphia.
- In 2005, President Bush granted the promotion of both Yeager and (posthumously) air-power pioneer Billy Mitchell to Major General.
- The four tracks from a 1949 date have some good playing from Jackson and from Billy Mitchell on tenor sax, but pale next to the three lead-off numbers.
- Billy Mitchell (jazz musician) (born 1926), tenor saxophonist.
- In 1960, Hutcherson joined an ensemble co-led by Al Grey and Billy Mitchell.
- Ostfriesland was given to the United States and used in the famous U.S. Army Air Corp bombing tests run by General Billy Mitchell.
- December 28 - Billy Mitchell, U.S. general and military aviation pioneer (d.
- He served in the United States Army from 1946 to 1949 and subsequently played in a Detroit houseband led by Billy Mitchell.
- In leadership positions within the Army Air Corps, he succeeded where predecessors and allies such as Billy Mitchell had failed.
- This collaboration between Billy Mitchell and Bob Fox has been a long time coming.
- Others, such as General Billy Mitchell in the United States, saw the potential of air power to augment the striking power of naval surface fleets.
- The 1955 motion picture The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell, directed by Otto Preminger, portrays Mitchell's plight in a dramatic yet vindicating light.
- Steve Holland had a cameo appearance in the 1953 movie, The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell.
- Billy Mitchell is one of the most famous and controversial figures in American airpower history.
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- Court Martial
- Controversial Figures
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